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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1882)
T II E II E S V E R 1 A N S T UDBN T .
Jtldentum dlcerc rerum
Hon. Snt. 1.
Rubber boots are qullc in fashion.
New goods ut Bark ley & Briscoe's.
Largo stock new books at Fawoll's.
'' Logic, sir, it's logic. Don't you see ?"
Novelties in line stationery at Fawell's.
Hail gentle spring! etherial mildness
Junior Forensius and Senior orations
arc due to-day.
Special prices to students for furniture
Hardy's, 10th street.
What a mighty small lot of skating
there has been this winter 1
All the Mudents go to Fox & Struvu for
their books and stationery.
Mr. N. Z .Sncll visited Ashland a few
days .since, lie returned sober.
(Jo and see M. II. Gusiiu to gel good
harness or buggies, on 11th street.
Preserve your natural teeth by having
t hem attended to early by Dr. Way.
Buy your boots and shoes at the B. B.
store, Tenth street between P and Q.
Mr. A F. Looinis has been sick several
days, but is now at his studies again.
The last snow Jail allbrdcd not a little
amusement to those inclined to snow
The library is crowded in the mornings
now. There are not enough chairs in
For pure I rush made candy call at the
Candy Kitchen, 12th street, Little's now
The Studbnt reiterates. It is out of
debt. Its abilities to lie uro more than its
Our special engraver has gone to sec
his aunt; so wo have no illustrated col.
umn this issue.
It pays to buy all your boots, shoes and
slippors of 0. V. Webster, O street, Acad,
omy of Music.
Students will find everything thoy need
in the way of stationery and text book?
at Fox & Struvo'a.
The Juniors and Seniors are reading
Quintilian together this semester. They
work very happily together.
A "broom drill" is to bo oie of the
features of ladies' night at tho Palladian.
A squad of young ladies will go through
new ami startling evolutions, armed with
brooms and dust pans.
If somo one should make the library a
donation of a set of Robert Ingersoll's
works, would they be accepted ?
Miss Cora Hardy has returned after an
absence of a year or more. Wo are very
glad to welcome Miss Hardy back.
For tardiness at recitation or absence
from chapel exercises the mark shall be
three. Jiuleson the Bulletin Board.
Tho Sophomore Fiench and thu Fresh
man German classes are getting a tre
mendously heavy dose of grammar.
With long arguments pro and con on
the University trouble, the third page of
the Journal is very Interesting of late.
Mr. F. B. llairis is now a Missourian
He secured a good situation at St. Joseph,
last week, and went hither immediately
There's a " hen on " over at tho Union
society. What is to occur has not yot
been announced, but it is something im
portant. B. L. Burr is now employed in tho M.
P. General Olllces at Omaha. Ho will
graduate from the University in due tune,
all the same.
D. II. and M. E. Wheeler wont down to
Plattsmouth last Saturday. It was the
twenty-fifth anniversary oTtlie wedding of
They were silting in the third hall dur
ing chapel exercises, ho and she. Friend
coming up, "Oh, so you aic at devotional
exercises, too V "
Chancellor Fairfield has been to Mimic
sola where he delivered an address before
the Stale University and also at Carlton
College in Northfiold, Minn.
Tne preparatory class in Chemistry is
about the largest in school. Prof. Collin
makes that study very entertaining by his
well conducted experiments.
" Are you going to Anna Dickinson to
night?" inquired ono of our men of a
charming co-ed. " Why, I thought Ham-
let was tho play," she replied.
One of tho Hesi'KTUAn stall' was twenty
two years old last Saturday. The best
thing of the day was tho exclamation by
a friend, "Why, that is quite 2-2! "
" If h( ..mid come in here, now, hell,"
said tho Professor, when his attontion
was interrupted. Then lie continued, "ter
skolter," and tho class felt relieved.
"WelcheTochtcrgeht dor Mutter an die
Hand?" was translated recently in the
Freshman German class, "Which daugli.
tor goes with the mother in her hand?"
" Have you seen Tubby? " "No, is ho
hero?" "Ho is I" "Let me at Mm I"
Search. Discovery. " Why, Tubby, bless
your old bean!" Embrace. Tableau.
It will be noticed that the class chosen
to represent Doano collogo in the coining
contest is the same as that of last year,
witli ono exception. This is suggestive
All magazines have b'len cleared from
the library table as the students found
them only in their way while studying
and were inclined to muss up the covers-
A public school boy put us the question
tho other day, " Please, can you tell me
who are tho members of Arthur's cab
inet? " Wo were slumped. Can you
Tho late snow thaw made tho walks on
the University campus little rivulets of
cold water and sloppy slush, which were
anything but agreeable. It was death on
Miss Linnio Siniington went home to
Ashland tho other day, and the sudden
snow made railroad traveling so uncer
tain Hint she had a longer vacation than
The spring work in tho societies is
about to commence and it might bo well
to introduce it with a sociable. Our stu
dents are not very well acquainted with
each other, to tell the truth.
Ono of tho best classes of the year was
on duty at Palladian Hall Friday night.
It consisted of four ladies and ten gentle
men all prepared. A good large class is
a rarity in these degenerate times.
Mud rafts and boats were in demand
last Friday night. Tho campus was a
sea of mud and slush, and those who
braved tho perils of tho passage to attend
the societies were of unusual hardihood.
The German conversation class that
meets on Saturdays from 11 to 12 is study
ing tho Gorman Folk Lore, preparatory
to a discussion of tho Nibclungen Lied.
Tho meetings are very interesting and
Tho following class has been chosen to
represent the Palladlans in tho coming
contest witli the Hesperian society of
Doano College: Dcclaimor, Miss Abhie
Williams; Essayist, Mr. E. P. Rich; Ora
tor, Miss May B. Fairfield ; Debater, Mr
In library. There was a tingle-tingle
down R street like a Herdic boll. Wicked
follow to chum, who is deep in Quintilian,
"By Jove, llordics are running up to the
University now!" Chum goes over l
the window to see an innocent bread
wagon trot along.
It is said that a larger number of stu
(Huts witnessed Anna Dickinson's rend!,
tion of Hamlet than had ever before been
seen in Urn Opera House at a similar per
formance. Opinions varied much as to
the merit of the cnteitaiiimout, but tho
criticisms were in tho main favorable.
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